Mushers, educators, elected officials, and more join the roster of Alaska’s most honored women at an induction ceremony October 18.
Coinciding with Brent Sass’ race victory, the Iditarod is launching cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens to raise funds for its next half century.
This year’s conclusion of the first fifty races is a milestone being celebrated with multiple layers of significance for race officials and organizers, as well as sponsors, mushers, and the canine athletes that run across some of the most hellish terrain the Last Frontier has to offer.
Veteran Iditarod musher Thomas Waerner of Torpa, Norway, crossed under the burled arch in Nome to claim his first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race championship.
Iditarod is a lonely place. A century ago, for a few years it was the largest city in Interior Alaska.
Check out these opportunities around the state for locals or out-of-state travelers to (most importantly) cuddle with husky puppies—while learning more about the official sport of the 49th State.
Veteran Iditarod musher Peter Kaiser (bib #9), of Bethel, Alaska, crossed under the burled arch in Nome at 3:39 a.m. today, claiming his first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race championship.
The annual IditaZoo event on Saturday, March 9, lets aspiring mushers of all ages join the action.
The man who interprets weather data for Alaska will provide daily forecasts for the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.